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Travel Blogs from Bern
... the city museum also hosted a wonderful permanent 'Einstein' exhibition and was visited by the 'Qin' exhibition with some of the famous terracotta warriors on display. Neat!
The staff finished the evening with dinner together in a small chalet venue atop the mountains above Neuchatel. What a great way to conclude our stay!
... a minor stop off midway, which was a actually a mistake ..... We alighted at Munster instead of Muster our destination for the first leg of the trip, before we changed trains. Turned out to be a wonderful mistake and we enjoyed a pleasant 1 hr wait for the next train in this georgeous country town in Switzerland. We walked through the rolling grassy hills (sound of music came to mind !) down to the river and met a lovely elderly lady holidaying from Zurich down by the ...
... walked around Bern, looking for a place to take pictures. We walked up to a rose garden on a hill facing the town. The garden was filled with like minded people, most of them with picnics to enjoy the view and the sunset. The location isn't high enough for Dmitriy to take his favored night pictures of the city, but it was a great view anyway. Not wanting to walk around after dark, it was already almost 10pm, we made our way down the hill and back to the ...
... the middle of town at a very rapid pace. People jump in it and just float the rapids through town. The European mountain biking championships also happened to be going on in the city. Later the first night we went and watch some of the contests. At night to wrap of the first night of the championships Pegasus play a rock concert in front of the parliament building. The second day we wanted to experience the alps, so ...
... city was founded in the 11th century, the man who founded it loved to hunt so when he went on his first hunt he said he would name the new city after the first animal he killed which was a brown bear, hence the name.
The bear is the symbol of Bern. Ever since founding, the city has kept some bears in the city. They now live in what is called the "bear pit" which is a deep pit in the middle of the city where 4 bears (from Finland actually) live, parents and their 2 ...
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